Loon Floatants

Aquel

This premium gel floatant is the world's best fly floatant. Aquel is long lasting, silicon based and won't melt when it's hot or harden when it's cold. Furthermore, it masks human odor and won't leave any slick on even the calmest water. (Pronounced "ahh kwel").

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Royal Gel

A gel floatant that adds a little shimmer to flies. It is silicone based and won't leave any slick on the surface, while adding an iridescent reflection that mimics clear wings.

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Lochsa

Lochsa is a premium all-around gel floatant that even works on CDC. It won't mat dry flies made with CDC and is perfect for treating any type of feathers, hair, hackle, or yarn. Lochsa will provide maximum floatation without the slightest hindrance on appearance. It is silicone based, and won't melt in the heat or harden when it's cold.

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Top Ride

Known as "Shake and Bake" by world class guides, this desiccant (drying agent) and powder floatant is fast and easy to use. A fly (still attached to the leader) goes in wet, and a few shakes later comes out dry and coated with a powder floatant.

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Blue Ribbon

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This pure powder floatant won't leave a residue on the water and is perfect floatant for CDC flies. Just work Blue Ribbon into the hair and hackle of the fly with your fingers and watch it float high cast after cast.

Payette Paste

payette-paste

An excellent paste floatant designed for line, leader and tippet as well as flies. The paste rubs on clear, keeping leader and tippet floating on top. It can also be used as a temporary treatment for damaged floating lines. As a fly floatant, Payette Paste can be applied to large flies, giving wings and bodies a smooth silky coating. It will keep its' texture regardless of temperature.

Easy Dry

A treatment to revive flies composed of two things: drying beads and blue indicator crystals. A fly (still attached to the leader) is dry after a few quick shakes and ready for floatant. The blue indicator beads turn pink when the drying beads have become saturated and it is time to get a new bottle of Easy Dry.

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Loon Dust

As a floatant, Loon Dust keeps flies riding high and adds sparkle attractor. It can also be used to give nymphs a realistic air bubble effect. Included is an easy to use brush applicator. Great for CDC!

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Fly Spritz 2

As the WORLD'S FIRST and ONLY water based spray floatant, Fly Spritz 2 is the fastest way to get a floatant on a dry fly. Simply spray your fly and either wait or false cast to dry and then fish on.

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